Regulations made under the Sectional Titles Act, 1986: Amendment (No. R. 196 of 2013). | Land Portal

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These Regulations amend the Regulations made under the Sectional Titles Act, 1986 in: regulation 15 concerning modification of sectional title deeds upon application by the body corporate or developer; regulation 16B in relation to the preparation of the power of attorney; regulation 16C on the registration of Transfer of Ownership; regulation 27 in relation to applications for registration of Plan of Extension of the Common Property; regulation 28 in relation to certification by the Registrar; regulation 31 in relation to notification of destruction of or damage to building and transfer of interest; Annexure 1 (forms); and Annexure 8.

Amends: Regulations made under the Sectional Titles Act, 1986. (1988-04-08)

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Government Gazette 36241, Regulation Gazette 9931, Government Notice 196


Dutch traders landed at the southern tip of modern day South Africa in 1652 and established a stopover point on the spice route between the Netherlands and the Far East, founding the city of Cape Town. After the British seized the Cape of Good Hope area in 1806, many of the Dutch settlers (Afrikaners, called "Boers" (farmers) by the British) trekked north to found their own republics in lands taken from the indigenous black inhabitants. The discovery of diamonds (1867) and gold (1886) spurred wealth and immigration and intensified the subjugation of the native inhabitants.

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